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visiting the gun range in the past six months. jay gray has more now from newtown. >> reporter: good evening. it has been another rough day here as you might imagine. first graders from sandy hook elementary school, again, gathering today to bury two more of their classmates. that while students from other schools here actually went back to class for the first time since the tragedy. they are there with extra security and grief counselors on hand to help them with the transition of coming back to school here. thousands continue to pour into the small town. driven here by grief, they say, and just the need to be here and to try to help in some way, memorials are growing in this small town. so is the sentiment that they will get through this. everyone beginning to understand just how long that is going to take and just how difficult it is going to be. getting back to normal, don't talk about that at this point. how can you consider anything normal when you con to bury 6 and 7-year-old kids here? that's the latest from newtown, connecticut. i'm jay gray, news4. >>> george mason universi
safety just days after the massacre at sandy hook elementary in newtown, connecticut. he was being held without bond. he's due in court next month. >>> new surveillance video just into the newsroom tonight of four people who police say are persons of interest in a shooting. a man was found with several gunshot wounds in the 1000 block of 14th treat on wednesday. the video shows four men entering the eastern market. police are asking for the public's help to identify the suspects. >>> there is outrage tonight over a new russian law, having an impact here in the u.s. it bans americans from adopting russian children. as news4's melissa mollett explains, this diplomatic dispute is leading to heartbreak for some, looking to start or expand their families. >> reporter: the u.s. is the biggest destination for adopted russian children, with more than 60,000 of them being taken in by americans over the past two decades. meet the suze family. right now they want nothing more than a sibling for him. since last year, they've been applying. >> it's a million pieces of paper. you laugh about t. but i
on friday. >> michael isikoff, thank you. >>> news4's richard jordan arrived in newtown, connecticut as the story was still unfolding. he got back recently. they were talking about adam lanza. what were the people in town telling you that struck them about this kid. >> what's strange is this is a really small town. everyone knows everyone, white picket fences, a main street corner store, but a lot of people didn't remember him or knew who he was. even kids who were in high school with him still didn't remember him. and then they had some recollection, that he was a loner, he didn't talked to many people. even peeled said he just wouldn't respond. he carried around with him a laptop. some people even said a briefcase, which was out of place there. so that's how he's remembered. nothing ever that triggered anything that people ever thought he might snap like this, but certainly an introvert. >> but in a town this small, it's like mayberry, everyone knows everybody, so it's interesting they don't know him. how intense wang's a reporter landing into the middle of this. a town that's had
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